Work Zone Travel Advisories

Between Mill Lane and U.S. 30
Dates: Jan-1-15 through Jan-1-17
Two lanes of northbound and southbound traffic are being maintained during peak travel times. Off-peak, nighttime and weekend lane restrictions may occur.


CONSTRUCTION STATUS: SPRING 2015
Bridge and Sound Wall Construction, Drainage Installation This Spring on Northbound U.S. 202 between Route 401 and Route 30 ...
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Latest Project News

May 21, 2015
Nighttime Lane Closures Next Week
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May 15, 2015
No Lane Closures for Memorial Day Weekend
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May 15, 2015
Overnight Restrictions Planned on U.S. 202 in Chester County
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April 2, 2015
Call 1-800-FIX-ROAD or Go Online to Report Potholes
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December 18, 2014
U.S. 202 North Traffic Pattern Change
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Northbound Widening and Reconstruction Route 401 to U.S. 30 in 2015

With two lanes of northbound and southbound traffic moved to the widened and rebuilt southbound lanes and median between the Route 401 and U.S. Route 30 interchanges in East Whiteland Township (Section 330), crews will spend most of 2015 improving the opposite, northbound side. Also, limited work will resume in the spring to complete follow-up tasks and some added work in the substantially completed four miles of Section 320 between Route 401 and Route 252 in Tredyffrin Township. Get the details of current construction here.

Download a slide show of Section 300 Improvements.

During all upcoming work on Route 202, PennDOT will maintain two lanes of traffic in each direction during periods of heavy use to minimize the impact of construction on users of the busy commuter route. We will continue to utilize this website to keep you informed about the progress of construction and any planned off-peak or weekend lane restrictions that may occur.

Go here for Frequently Asked Questions.

Check out Section 300 improvements that have been made so far on our Interactive Project Map .

Commuter Information

  • Headlights, taillights on in posted work zones.
  • Double fines, license suspension for speeding in work zones.
  • Updated US 202 Commuter Options Map and Info
    www.us202-300.com/publications.cfm
  • PennDOT Information
    610.205.6700
  • PennDOT Website
    www.dot.state.pa.us
  • 511
    Log on to 511pa.com or call 511 from any phone to check traffic conditions on US 202 and other major highways before heading out.
    www.511pa.com
  • PennDOT Roadway Maintenance Hotline
    1.800.FIX.ROAD
    (1.800.349.7623)
  • SEPTA
    215-580-7800
    www.septa.org
  • TMA of Chester County
    610-993-0911
    www.tmacc.org
  • Greater Valley Forge TMA
    610-354-8899
    www.gvftma.com
  • Delaware County TMA
    610-892-9440
    www.dctma.org

Q. When will the railroad bridge be repainted?

A. The bridge will be repainted as part of Section 320 construction. Originally, the bridge was to be repainted under the Section 311 project. But that plan would have required extensive and expensive traffic control measures, with nighttime lane closures to sand blast and repaint small sections in time to reopen the lane by the following morning. Instead, the bridge will be sanded and repainted in larger sections when traffic is shifted for extended periods while the roadway is rebuilt, all at a significant savings.

Go here for more Frequently Asked Questions.

From the Photo Gallery
May 2015 - Northbound ramp paving at Route 401
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